The series consists of three well known circuits; Lakeside Raceway, Queensland Raceway and Morgan Park Raceway
Each year, both a State Championship and National Championship is held attracting drivers from around the country.
Strictly controlled car specifications place greater emphasis on driver skill rather than mechanical aptitude.
Deceptively quick, simple Volkswagen technology in an affordable purpose built race car package.
With in excess of 300 cars nationally, grids are filled with drivers of different backgrounds and aspirations.
Queensland Championship is fought across seven race meetings, racing every 6 weeks from March to November.
From as young as 14, Formula Vee provides the opportunities to learn driving skills
Getting old does not have to mean a life of Golf, its time to live a little and get behind the wheel of a Formula Vee
|Round 1||Queensland Raceway||25th - 26th March 2023|
|Round 2||Queensland Raceway||20th - 21st May2023|
|Round 3||Morgan Park||17th - 18th June 2023|
|Round 4||Lakeside Park||29th - 30th July 2023|
|Round 5||Morgan Park||9th - 10th September 2023 (National Series Round)|
|Round 6||Lakeside Park||14th - 15th October 2023|
|Round 7||Morgan Park||18th - 19th November 2023|
Named after its use of Volkswagen components, Formula Vee is recognised by the Australian motor sport governing body, CAMS, as the entry-level open-wheeler circuit competition. Strictly controlled car specifications place greater emphasis on driver skill rather than budget and mechanical aptitude. As a result, it is a learning class and a stepping-stone into higher levels of motor sport. Larry Perkins, John Bowe, Colin Bond, Cameron McConville, Jason Bargwanna and Paul Stokell all began their careers in Formula Vee.